Croatian Submitted Names

Croatian names are used in the country of Croatia and other Croatian communities throughout the world.
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ADAfGerman, Biblical German, Croatian (Rare)
German and Croatian form of Adah.
ADAUKTmCroatian, Polish
Croatian and Polish form of Adauctus.
ADEODATmBulgarian, Croatian, Macedonian, Polish, Romanian, Russian, Serbian, Slovak, Ukrainian
Bulgarian, Croatian, Macedonian, Polish, Romanian, Russian, Serbian, Slovak and Ukrainian form of Adeodatus.
AGLEJAfCroatian
Croatian form of Aglaea (see Aglaia).
AIŠAfBosnian, Croatian
Bosnian and Croatian form of 'Aisha.
AJDAfSlovene, Croatian, Bosnian, Turkish
Croatian, Bosnian, Turkish and Slovene form of Ayda. In Slovenian it also coincides with the word ajda meaning "buckwheat".
AJNAfHungarian, Croatian (Rare), Bosnian, Czech (Rare)
Hungarian and Croatian form of Aina.
AJŠAfBosnian, Croatian
Bosnian and Croatian form of 'Aisha.
AKSENTIJEmCroatian, Serbian
Croatian and Serbian form of Auxentius.
AKVILAfCroatian (Rare)
Croatian feminine form of Aquila.
ALARIKmCroatian, Danish, Dutch, Frisian, Norwegian, Swedish
Croatian, Danish, Dutch, Frisian, Norwegian and Swedish form of Alaric.
ALEKSIJANmCroatian, Serbian
Croatian and Serbian form of Alexian.
ALFEJmCroatian, Serbian
Croatian and Serbian form of Alphaeus.
ALJAfSlovene, Croatian
Slovene and Croatian short form of Aleksandra. Male form is Aljoša.
ALKAfCroatian
Derived from the Greek element αλκη (alke) meaning "strength, force". A famous bearer is Croatian singer Alka Vuica (1961-).
ALKEJmCroatian, Serbian
Croatian and Serbian form of Alcaeus.
ALKIONAfRussian, Serbian (Rare), Croatian (Rare)
Russian and Serbian form of Alcyone.
AMADEJAfSlovene, Croatian (Rare)
Slovenian and Croatian form of Amedea.
AMBROZmCroatian
Croatian form of Ambrosius (see Ambrose).
AMBROZIJAfCroatian, Lithuanian, Serbian
Croatian, Lithuanian and Serbian form of Ambrosia.
AMELIJAfCroatian, Serbian, Macedonian, Lithuanian
Lithuanian, Croatian and Serbian form of Amelia.
AMIJANmCroatian, Macedonian, Serbian
Croatian, Macedonian and Serbian form of Ammianus.
ANAKARSmBosnian (Rare), Croatian (Rare)
Bosnian and Croatian form of Anacharsis.
ANAKLETmBulgarian, Croatian, German, Polish, Russian
Bulgarian, Croatian, German, Polish and Russian form of Anakletos (see Anacletus).
ANAKSAGORAmCroatian
Croatian form of Anaxagoras.
ANAKSANDARmCroatian
Croatian form of Anaxander.
ANAKSIMENmCroatian
Croatian form of Anaximenes.
ANČIfCroatian
Diminutice of Ana.
ANĐELIJAfSerbian, Croatian
Serbian and Croatian form of Angelia.
ANĐELINAfCroatian, Serbian
Croatian and Serbian form of Angelina.
ANDIf & mEnglish, Estonian, Croatian
Variant of Andy.
ANDRONIKmArmenian, Croatian, Georgian, Russian
Armenian, Croatian, Polish and Russian form of Andronikos. In Armenia, this name may also be a variant of Andranik.
ANEAfSerbian, Croatian, Slovene
Feminine form of Annaeus.
ANETfCroatian, Sami
Croatian and Sami form of Annette.
ANIJEmCroatian (Rare)
Croatian form of Annius.
ANTEAfCroatian
This name showed up around 1980. Probably a feminine form of Ante.
ANTEOmCroatian
Elaborated form of Ante, possibly influenced by Mateo.
ANTIFONmCroatian
Croatian form of Antiphon.
ANTIGONAfAlbanian, Croatian, Slovene
Albanian and Croatian form of Antigone.
ANTIMmBulgarian, Croatian, Romanian
Bulgarian, Croatian and Romanian form of Anthimos via Anthimus.
ANUŠAfCroatian (Rare), Slovene
Croatian and Slovenian diminutive of Ana.
ANUŠKAfCroatian, Czech, Slovak, Slovene
Croatian, Czech, Slovak and Slovene form of Anushka.
APOLONmGeorgian, Croatian
Modern Georgian form of Apollon (see Apollo). Also compare Apoloni, an older but rare Georgian form of the name.... [more]
APOLONIJEmCroatian, Serbian
Croatian and Serbian form of Apollonius.
ARHIMEDmBosnian, Croatian
Bosnian and Croatian form of Archimedes.
ARIANmEnglish, Croatian
Variation of Aryan, or from the English word referring to "someone whose star sign is Aries". Arian Foster (born 1986) is an American football player for the Houston Texans.
ARIJANmCroatian, Serbian, Albanian
Croatian masculine form of Arijana.
ARIJELAfCroatian
Croatian feminine form of Ariel.
ARISTIDmCroatian
Croatian form of Aristides.
ARISTIPmCatalan, Croatian, Romanian
Catalan, Croatian and Romanian form of Aristippos via its latinized form Aristippus.
ARISTOBULmCroatian
Croatian form of Aristobulus.
ARISTODEMmCatalan, Croatian
Catalan and Croatian form of Aristodemos.
ARISTOTELmCroatian
Croatian form of Aristotle.
ARKAfAmerican (Rare, Archaic), Croatian (Rare)
As a Croatian name it is used as a short form of Arkadija.
ARKADIJAfLithuanian (Rare), Croatian (Rare)
Lithuanian and Croatian feminine form of Arcadius.
ARKADIJEmCroatian
Croatian form of Arkadios.
ARNELmCroatian, Filipino, Spanish, Bosnian
Male name of uncertain origin, possibly a form of Arnold.
ARSENIJEmCroatian, Serbian
Croatian and Serbian form of Arsenios via Arsenius.
ARTEMIJAfCroatian
Croatian form of Artemis.
AŠERAfCroatian (Rare)
Croatian form of Asherah.
ASKLEPIJEmBosnian, Croatian, Serbian
Bosnian, Croatian and Serbian form of Asklepios via Asclepius.
ASMODEJmCroatian
Croatian form of Asmodaeus.
ASTERIJAfLithuanian, Croatian (Rare)
Lithuanian and Croatian feminine form of Asterios.
ATALARIKmCroatian, Swedish (Archaic), Norwegian
Croatian, Swedish and Norwegian form of Athalaric.
ATANARIKmCroatian, Norwegian, Swedish (Archaic)
Croatian, Swedish and Norwegian form of Athanaric.
ATANAZIJEmCroatian
Croatian form of Athanasius.
ATENAfCatalan, Croatian, Italian, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Slovene, Serbian
Catalan, Croatian, Italian, Polish, Portuguese and Romanian form of Athena.
ATIKmBulgarian, Croatian, Macedonian, Serbian
Bulgarian, Croatian, Macedonian and Serbian form of Atticus.
ATREJmCroatian
Croatian form of Atreus.
AURELIJANmCroatian
Croatian form of Aurelian.
AURELIJEmCroatian
Croatian form of Aurelius.
AVGUSTINAfSlovene, Croatian, Bulgarian
Slovene, Croatian, and Bulgarian form of Augustina.
AVITmCroatian, French, Macedonian, Russian, Serbian, Ukrainian
Croatian, French, Macedonian, Russian, Serbian and Ukrainian form of Avitus.
BALBINmCroatian, French, Polish
Croatian, French and Polish form of Balbinus.
BARABAmCroatian (Rare)
Croatian form of Barabbas. Only used as a Biblical name.
BAREf & mCroatian
Croatian nickname for Barbara (female) or Bariša (male).
BARIŠAmCroatian
Derived from Bartol.
BARTULmCroatian
Croatian variant form of Bartol.
BAZILAfCroatian
Feminine form of Bazil.
BAZILIJEmCroatian
Croatian form of Basil.
BEATRICAfCroatian
Croatian form of Beatrice.
BELIMIRmCroatian
The first element of this name is derived from Proto-Slavic bělъ "white, pale". Also see Běla, which is of the same etymology. The second element is derived from Slavic mir "peace".
BELMONDOmCroatian (Rare)
Means ''beautiful world'', from Italian bel ''beautiful, pleasant'' and mondo ''world''. It is used as a surname in Italy.
BELOMIRmCroatian
Variant form of Belimir.
BERIMIRmCroatian
Derived from Slavic brati "reap, gather" (also see Berislav) combined with Slavic mir "peace".
BERISLAVAfCroatian
Feminine form of Berislav.
BERIVOJmCroatian (Rare)
Derived from the Slavic elements birati "to take, to gather" (in an inflected form) and voi "soldier".
BEROmCroatian, Various (Rare)
Croatian short form of Berislav.
BIBAfCroatian
Short form of Biserka.
BISERKOmCroatian
Croatian male form of Biserka.
BLAGOMIRmBulgarian, Serbian, Croatian (Rare)
Derived from Slavic blag "good, gentle, kind, blessed" combined with Slavic mir "peace".
BLAŽAfCroatian
Short form of Blaženka.
BLAŽENKOmCroatian
Croatian male form of Blaženka.
BOGOLJUBmCroatian
Derived from Bog and ljubiti, meaning "God" and "to kiss, to love".
BOGUMILAfCroatian
Feminine form of Bogumil.
BOJISLAVmCroatian (Rare), Czech (Rare)
Derived from the Slavic elements boji meaning "battle" and slava meaning "glory".
BOLTAmCroatian (Rare)
Variant form of Bolto.
BOLTOmCroatian
Croatian short form of Baltazar, cognate of Slovene Boltežar and Hungarian Boldizsár.
BONIFACIJAfSlovene, Croatian (Rare), Lithuanian (Rare)
Slovenian and Lithuanian feminine form of Boniface. In Lithuanian history, this name was borne by Elžbieta Bonifacija (born and died 1399), the short-lived daughter of Jadwiga I, Queen of Poland and Vladislavas Jogaila, Grand Duke of Lithuania (later Władysław II Jagiełło, King of Poland); the princess was named for her godfather Pope Boniface IX.
BORIMIRmBulgarian, Croatian, Serbian
Derived from Slavic bor "battle" combined with Slavic mir "peace". A known bearer of this name is Borimir Perković (b. 1967), a former Croatian soccer player.
BORJANmSerbian, Croatian, Macedonian
Derived from the Slavic element bor "battle". Notable bearer is Macedonian conductor Borjan Canev (born 1973).
BOSILJKAfCroatian, Serbian
Derived from bosiljak, Croatian and Serbian name for the herb "basil" (Ocimum basilicum), ultimately from Greek basileus meaning "king".
BOŽIMIRmCroatian, Serbian
Means "divine peace", derived from Slavic bozy "divine" combined with Slavic mir "peace".
BRAJANmSerbian, Croatian (Rare), Polish
Serbian name stemming from the word брајо (brajo), a diminutive form of the word "brother".
BRAJKOmSerbian, Croatian
Diminutive of Brajan.
BRANEmCroatian, Serbian, Slovene
Short from of names containing the Slavic element borna "protection", such as Branko, Branimir, Branislav...
BRATIMIRmCroatian, Serbian
There are two possible explanations for the etymology of the first element of this name. The first explanation is that it is derived from Slavic brati "reap, gather", which would make the whole name an older form of Berimir... [more]
BRATOLJUBmSerbian, Croatian
Derived form the Slavic elements bratu "brother" and lyub "love".
BRATOMIRmCroatian, Polish, Serbian
Means "brother of peace", derived from Slavic bratu "brother" combined with Slavic mir "peace". Also compare Bratimir.
BREZAfCroatian (Rare)
Breza means ''birch'' in several Slavic languages.
BRUTmBulgarian, Catalan, Croatian, Russian, Serbian, Ukrainian
Bulgarian, Catalan, Croatian, Russian, Serbian and Ukrainian form of Brutus.
BUDIMIRmCroatian, Serbian
The first element of this name is derived from (Serbo-)Croatian buditi "to awaken, to (a)rouse". The second element is derived from Slavic mir "peace" or "world". In other words, this name is the Croatian and Serbian cognate of the Polish name Budzimir.
BUDISLAVmCzech, Croatian, Serbian
Deroved from buditi, "to wake up", and slava, "fame, glory".
BUDIVOJmCzech, Croatian, Serbian
Derived from buditi, "to wake up", and voi, "army".
BUGAfCroatian
From the verb bugariti meaning ‘'to sing'’.... [more]
ČASTIMIRmCroatian
Derived from Croatian čast "honour" (which is ultimately derived from Proto-Slavic čьstь "honour") combined with mir "peace".
ČEDOmSerbian, Croatian
Derived from the Slavic word čedo meaning "child", also used as a nickname for Čedomir.
ČEDOMILmCroatian
Derived from the Slavic elements chedo meaning "child" and milu meaning "gracious, dear".
CERERAfCroatian, Lithuanian
Croatian and Lithuanian form of Ceres.
CEZARIONmBosnian, Croatian, Polish, Romanian
Bosnian, Croatian, Polish and Romanian form of Caesarion.
CINTIJAfCroatian, Serbian
Croatian and Serbian form of Cinthia.
CIPRIJANmCroatian
Croatian form of Cyprian.
ĆIRILmCroatian
Croatian form of Cyril.
ĆIRILAfCroatian (Rare)
Feminine form of Ćiril.
ČUDOMIRmCroatian (Archaic)
Derived from Serbo-Croatian čudo "miracle, wonder" combined with Slavic mir "peace". As such, the name roughly means "miracle of peace" or "peace is a miracle". In some instances, this name is mistaken for a variant form of Čedomir and even Godemir.
CVIJETKOmCroatian
Croatian alternative form of Cvetko.
CVITANAfCroatian (Rare)
Feminine form of Cvitan.
CVITKAfCroatian (Rare)
Feminine form of Cvitko.
CVITKOmCroatian, Serbian
Croatian alternative form of Cvetko.
CVJETISLAVmCroatian (Rare)
Derived from Croatian cvijet meaning "blossom, flower" and slava "glory".
CVJETKOmCroatian, Serbian
Croatian variant of Cvetko.
DALIDAfBiblical Greek, Croatian, Czech, Dutch (Rare), Georgian (Rare), Russian, Slovak, Ukrainian
Greek form of Delilah (as it first appeared in the Septuagint), which has also spread to Georgia and Slavic countries such as Russia, due to the influence of the Eastern Orthodox Church in these countries... [more]
DALILAfCroatian, Czech, French, Italian, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Serbian, Slovak, Spanish
Form of Delilah as it is used in the countries of Croatia, Czech Republic, France, Italy, Poland, Portugal, Russia, Serbia, Slovakia and Spain.
DALIMIRmCroatian, Polish, Serbian
Derived from Slavic dal "far away" combined with Slavic mir "peace".
DAMAZmCroatian
Croatian form of Damasus.
DAMIRAfCroatian
Feminine form of Damir or shortened feminine form of Dalimir.
DAMIRKAfCroatian
Feminine form of Damir.
DANAJmCroatian, Serbian
Croatian and Serbian form of Danaos (also see Danaus).
DANAJAfCroatian, Serbian, Slovene, Hungarian
Croatian, Serbian, Slovene and Hungarian form of Danaë.
ĐANImCroatian
Croatian form of Gianni.... [more]
DANILKAfCroatian, Serbian
Feminine form of Danilo.
DANILKOmCroatian (Rare)
An elaboration of Danilo.
DANIMIRmCroatian, Serbian
The first element of this name is derived from Serbo-Croatian dan "day", which is ultimately derived from Proto-Slavic dьnь "day". The second element is derived from Slavic mir "peace"... [more]
DANISLAVmCroatian, Serbian
The first element of this name is derived from Serbo-Croatian dan "day", which is ultimately derived from Proto-Slavic dьnь "day". The second element is derived from Slavic slav "glory"... [more]
DANUŠAfCroatian, Czech, Slovak, Slovene
Diminutive of Danica (Slovene), Daniela (Czech and Slovak) and Danijela (Croatian). Also compare Danuška.
DANUŠKAfCroatian, Czech, Slovak, Slovene
Diminutive of Danica (Slovene), Daniela (Czech and Slovak) and Danijela (Croatian). Also compare Danuša.
DARAfSerbian, Croatian
Diminutive of Darinka, from the root дар, dar meaning "gift".
DARIANAfCroatian (Rare), Slovene, Romanian, Spanish
Feminine form of Darian or an elaboration of Daria.
DARIJANmSlovene, Croatian
An elaboration of Darijo.
DARIJEmCroatian, Serbian
Croatian and Serbian form of Darius.
DARINKOmCroatian
Croatian male form of Darinka.
DARJANmCroatian, Serbian
Either a form of Darian or a derivative of the Slavic element dar meaning "gift".
DARKAfSerbian (Rare), Croatian, Slovene
Either a feminine form of DARKO or a short form of other feminine dar- names like DARINKA or, as some sources suggest, even DARIJA.
DAROMIRmBulgarian, Croatian, Polish
The first element of this name is derived from Slavic dar "gift, present", which in turn is derived from Proto-Slavic darъ "gift, present". Compare modern Polish darować "to donate, to gift" and Czech darovat "to donate, to give", as well as Proto-Slavic dati "to give"... [more]
DAROSLAVmCroatian, Lithuanian, Serbian
The first element of this name is derived from Slavic dar "gift, present", which in turn is derived from Proto-Slavic darъ "gift, present". Compare modern Polish darować "to donate, to gift" and Czech darovat "to donate, to give", as well as Proto-Slavic dati "to give"... [more]
DAŠENKAfSlovene, Croatian
Feminine diminutive form of Daša.
DAŠKAfSlovene, Croatian
Feminine diminutive form of Daša.
DAVORKOmCroatian
Derived from Davor.
DEAfDanish, Croatian, English, Slovene, Swedish
Either directly from Latin dea "goddess" or a nickname for Dorotea or Andrea.... [more]
DEDALmCroatian, Polish, Romanian
Croatian, Polish and Romanian form of Daedalus.
DEKSIPmBulgarian, Croatian
Bulgarian and Croatian form of Dexippos via its latinized form Dexippus.
DEMOFILmCroatian, Macedonian, Russian
Croatian, Macedonian and Russian form of Demophilos.
DEMOKRITmBosnian (Rare), Croatian (Rare)
Bosnian and Croatian form of Democritus.
DESAf & mRussian (Archaic), Serbian, Croatian
Either a short form of Desanka or derived from Slavic des meaning ''to happen, to occur''.
DESANKAfSerbian, Croatian
Derived from the South Slavic desiti meaning "to happen". A bearer of this name was Desanka Maksimović (1898-1993), a Serbian poet and professor of literature.
DESIMIRmBulgarian, Croatian, Serbian
The first element of this name is probably derived from Proto-Slavic desiti, which can mean "to find, to seek, to encounter" as well as "to happen, to occur". However, it may also possibly have been derived from Slavic deset "ten"... [more]
DEŽEmCroatian
Croatian form of Dezsö.
DIDAKmCroatian (Rare)
Croatian form of Didacus.
DIDIMmCroatian, Georgian, Russian, Serbian, Ukrainian
Croatian, Georgian, Russian, Serbian and Ukrainian form of Didymus.
DINmBosnian, Croatian, Arabic
Several possible origins:... [more]
DINKAfCroatian
Croatian feminine form of Dinko.
DIOKLECIJANmCroatian, Bosnian
Croatian and Bosnian form of Diocletian.
DIOMEDmBosnian, Croatian
Bosnian and Croatian form of Diomedes.
DIONIZIJEmCroatian
Croatian form of Dionysius.
DIVAfEnglish, Croatian (Rare)
From the English word for an operatic prima donna, or any very successful female singer. From an Italian term, ultimately from Latin dīva, "goddess", feminine of dīvus, "god".
DIVKOmCroatian (Rare)
Masculine form of Divna.
DJEDOMIRmCroatian, Serbian
The first element of this name is probably derived from Serbo-Croatian djed "grandfather". The second element is derived from Slavic mir "peace". In other words, one could say that this name is the Croatian and Serbian form of Dedomir.
DJEDOSLAVmCroatian, Serbian
The first element of this name is probably derived from Serbo-Croatian djed "grandfather". The second element is derived from Slavic slav "glory". In other words, one could say that this name is the Croatian and Serbian form of Dedoslav.
DOBRICAm & fSerbian, Croatian (Rare)
Derived from the Slavic element dobru "good", also used as a nickname for names containing this element, like Dobrivoj, Dobroslav, etc.
DOBRILAfSerbian, Croatian
A feminine form of Dobrilo.
DOBRILOmSerbian, Croatian
From the Slavic element dobro "good, kind".
DOBRIŠAmCroatian, Serbian
Diminutive of Dobroslav, Dobrivoj and other names containing the Slavic element dobru meaning "good". Famous bearer is Croatian poet Dobriša Cesarić (1902 - 1980).
DOLIfCroatian
Croatian form of Dolly.
DOMAfCroatian
Either from the noun dom meaning ‘'home'’ or a short form of Dominika.
DOMImVarious, Croatian
Short form of Dominik / Dominic used in various countries, as well as a Croatian short form of Domagoj.
DOMICIJANmCroatian
Croatian form of Domitian.
DOMKAfCroatian, Slovene
Either from the noun dom meaning ‘'home'’ or a short form of Dominika.
DOMKOmCroatian (Rare)
Masculine from of Domka.
DORICAfCroatian
Diminutive of Dora.
DORIJAfCroatian, Slovene
Croatian and Slovene feminine form of Dorian.
DORIJANAfCroatian, Slovene
Croatian and Slovene feminine form of Dorian.
DORJAfCroatian, Slovene
Croatian and Slovene feminine form of Dorian.
DORJANmCroatian, Slovene
Croatian and Slovene form of Dorian
DORJANAfCroatian, Slovene, Albanian
Croatian and Slovene feminine form of Dorian.
DOSTANAfSerbian (Rare), Croatian (Rare)
Derived from the word for "enough" (dosta). Given to a child whose parents wish for that child to be their last, as there are already too many children in the family.
DRAGOLJUBmSerbian, Croatian, Slovene
Derived from Slavic elements dorgu meaning "precious" and lyub meaning "love". It is also the name of the flower capucine/nasturtium.
DRAŽANAfCroatian
A female form of Dražen.
DRAŽENAfCroatian, Serbian
A female form of Dražen.
DRAŽIMIRmCroatian
Croatian (variant) form of Dragomir.
DRAŽISLAVmCroatian
Croatian (variant) form of Dragoslav.
DRENm & fAlbanian, Serbian, Croatian
From Serbian дрен/dren meaning European Cornel (Cornus mas) (type of dogwood). The tree is a symbol of strength and health in Serbian culture, having an idiom "здрав к'о дрен/zdrav k'o dren" which equates to English "fit as a fiddle"... [more]
DRENAfSerbian, Croatian
Female form of Dren.
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